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3AM Eternal: The Beach Boys "Their Hearts Were Full of Spring" (1966)

One of Brian’s favorite songs growing up was this cover of Bobby Troup‘s classic song, made famous by The Four Freshmen. It was a live favorite, though it was never officially recorded in the studio, although in recent years live versions and rehearsal versions have appeared. 39 more words

3AM Eternal

The Rust Bucket

I was desperately searching Craigslist and various sites to find this ugly gem of mine. It must have been fate. I received a text message from a dear friend telling me he had found me the perfect camper.   232 more words



Ingmar Bergman’s Persona (1966) is a challenging, uncomfortable, and important piece of cinema. When actress Elisabet (Liv Ullmann) develops selective muteness she is sent to a home by the beach to be treated and cared for by nurse Alma, played by Bibi Andersson. 322 more words

Revisit Sixties Cinema

July 2 in San Antonio history...

The site for the Church of San Fernando is selected when Juan Antonio Pérez de Almazán, captain of the Presidio of San Antonio, lays out a central square for the villa of San Fernando de Béxar, as San Antonio was first called. 137 more words


Henry Grimes Trio - The Call (1966)

Henry Grimes: bass
Perry Robinson: clarinet
Tom Price: drums

Fish Story
For Django
Walk On
Saturday Night What Th’
The Call
Son Of Alfalfa

The Call

Free Jazz

SS 572 - Lazy Lester - You'd better listen/Because she's gone (Unreleased)

This record was scheduled for release in December 1966 but was not issued.